WWSB photographer Charlie Yeagley didn’t have to pack much gear in order to go live to his station in Sarasota, Fla., while covering local legend Nik Wallenda’s historic tightrope walk across the Little Colorado River Gorge near the Garnd Canyon last month. The ABC affiliate used the JVC GY-HM650’s live streaming capability to air live press conferences before and after the walk.
The broadcaster is replacing Panasonic P2 shoulder-mount cameras at its Wichita Falls, Texas-Lawton, Okla., duopoly of KFDX-KJTL with JVC GY-HM650 ProHD camcorders.
Nexstar Broadcasting Group has deployed 10 JVC GY-HM650 ProHD mobile news cameras for its NBC affiliate KFDX and Fox affiliate KJTL, a duopoly that serves Wichita Falls, Texas, and Lawton, Okla. The stations have been shooting with the 5-pound camera since February. As one of the top 20 television broadcasting companies in the United States, […]
The group broadcaster is equipping 52 stations in 36 markets with the IP-capable cameras. The buy follows the station group’s earlier purchase of JVC cameras for studio use.
JVC’s updated version of its GY-HM650 can stream live video in the background while recording footage to multiple file formats. JVC plans to unveil the GY-HM650 2.0 at this year’s NAB, saying the first version of the handheld camera that was introduced at the 2012 NAB Show only scratched the surface. “We have added direct […]
The news organization is adding the ProHD network-enabled camcorders in its operations in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.